North Pier is Blackpool's most traditional pier and also it's oldest. Whilst Blackpool's other piers, South and Central, have kept up with the modern resort and it's love of loud noises, fast rides and flashing lights, North Pier has remained a haven of traditional Victorian style entertainments. The pier is less cluttered than it's neighbours and also a lot longer, making it an ideal place to stroll. This more relaxed pace isn't to everyone's taste of course, and certainly the attractions of South and Central Pier both prove to be very popular. However, the modern world has been allowed to encroach on the pier to a degree, with a modern arcade at the entrance from the Promenade. Also, the pier does look as if it could do with some investment. At the time of my visit some of the stalls along the pier were without tenants, and the piers tramway looks to have been out of use for many years. All in all the pier is a very good attraction which would suit visitors to Blackpool who are after a slow pace.
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